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540

HISTORY OF PERSIA

Kalposh, meadow of, i. 2845 ii. 185
Kamran Mirxa, Prince of Herat, ii. 404,

416-425, 426, 429, 431, 452
Kandahar, i. 286 ; ii. 48, 201, 216, 298 j

Ghilzais of, 305-311 ; 350, 351, 356
Kan Ying, Chinese traveller to Persia, i.

417,418

Kaoses (eldest son of Kobad), i. 486
Kaoshan Pass, in the Hindu Kush, i, 287
Karabagh, province of, ii. 210, 257, 258
Karachar Khan, ancestorr of Tamerlane,

ii. 198

Karachi, i. 46

Karacoram, ii. 169, 170, 171, 181
Karai, a Mongol tribe, ii. 147 ; 387, 414
Karaindash, King (Kassite Dynasty), i. 86
Karaj, district of, ii. 93, 105
Kara Khitai Dynasty, ii. 121-122 ; defeat

of   Sultan   Sanjar,   1225   campaigns

against Khwarazm Dynasty, 126-127 j

downfall of, 148-149 ; 168
Kara Kum, desert, i. 329
Kara Kuyunlu Dynasty, ii. 194, 195, 204,

217, 220
Kara Osman, chief of the Kara Kuyunlu,

ii. 220
Kara Yusuf, Prince, ii. 204 ; defeated by

Shah Rukh, 2x7 5 220
Karez, ii. 67

Karim, Abdul (historian), ii. 356
Karim Khan, Zand, ii. 281,  373, 374;

reign of, 375 ; 376, 377, 385, 387
Karka, vide Karkuk
Karkovski, general, ii. 419
Karkuk, i. 471 ; Battle of, ii. 344-345
Karnal, Battle of, ii. 353-354
Karnamak, the (Sasanian  Chronicle),   i.

424

Karshi, town of, ii. 201
Karts, the, ii. 195
Karun, River, i. 4, 5, 22, 34, 40,  41 ;

account of, 43-44;  45 47 93 *77

298, 308, 435, 541 ; ii. 85 5 opened to
   commerce, 476-477
Karwan, a district in Makran, i. 257
Kashaf Rud, i. 284, 329 ; ii. 185
Kashan, j, 3, 22; ii. 159, 166, 182 ; sur-
render to the Afghans, 321-322 : 325
Kashgar, ii. 53, 105, 122, 149, 258
Kashmir, i. 257
Kasr-i-Shrrin, i. 5 ; Sasanian  palace at,

510 j ii. 299
Kassites, the, raids into Babylonia, i. 80-

815 Kassite Dynasty, 81; 82, 103
Kava Husrava (Kei Khusru), i. 146
Kavir (salt desert), i. 19, 20, 21, 25
Kawa, the blacksmith, i. 142-143
Kayan, son of Algu, ii. 179
Kaydu, grandson of Ogotay, ii. 178
Kaye, Sir J. W., ii. 395/00^0^,431,434
Kazaks, the, ii. 242
Kazan Khan, the Chagatay ruler, ii, 196

Kazerun, i. 435, 483 ; ii. 175, 190
Kazghan, Amir, ii. 196, 198
Kazki, River, i. 43
Kazvin, ii. 109, 153, 158, 172, 253,257 .
surrender to the Afghans, 321-322 j
insurrection at, 324 5 325
Keane, A. H., i. 57 footnote
Keianian Dynasty, i. 144 ; ii. 84, 199,
318
Kei Kaus, identified with Cyaxares, i.
145
Kei Kaus, grandson of Kabus, ii. 93 5
Kabus Nama written by, 138
Kei Khusru, Prince, i. 145-146
Kei Kobad, King, i. 144*145, 330
Keiomarz, i. 142
Kei8, the island emporium in the Persian
Gulf, ii. 124
Kennedy, J., i. 42 footnote
Kennion, Lt.-Col. R. L,, i. ^footnote
Keraits, tribe of, ii, 147, 176, vide also
Karai
Keraunus, vide Ptolemy Keraunus
Kerbela; tragedy of, ii. 42-43 j 46, 49,
51, 58, 263
KLe'rkha, River, account of, i. 43 5 47,48,
56,60
Kerman, province of, i. i, 4, 10, ii, 12,
13, 16, 17, 22, 30, 32, 102, 113, 195,
196, 286, 326, 337, 338,4*5*463,500,
543, 5445 ii. 32,36, 38,50,51, 55,58,
84} histories of, 93 footnote; 94; taken
by Mahmud, 96 5 102, 109, 112 j
Masjid-i-Malik mosque, 113; 118,
119 5 ravages of the Ghuzz, 123-124,
164, 165 j Kutlugh Khans of, 167-168 5
172, 178, 182, 183, 190; Pa Minar
mosque, 195, 312, 314 j Lutf Ali's
expedition 'against, 380 et sc%.$ gate of,
384
Kermanshah, i. 5, 29, 71, 122, 128, 188,
462, 513 j ii. 247
Kerven, silver mines of, i. 37
Kesh, ii, 171, 197, 201, 211
Keurguez, Mongol governor, ii. 170
Khabbisha, of Egypt, i. 206, 209
Khabur, River, i, 124, 453
Khadija, wife  of Mahomed, ii. 9, ii j
death of, 13
Khaf, ii. 156, 172, 238
Khaidalu, city of Elam, i. 47, 96
Khakani (poet), ii. 140
Khakans, the, ii. 188
Khalaf, grandson of Amr-ul-Lais, ii. 96
Khalid (Arab leader) j campaign of, i. 531-
533 j ii. 18, 19, 27, 28, 29, 30, 54, 70,    ^
180
Khalid (son of Said), ii. 28
Khalil   Khan,   Haji, Persian   envoy to
India, ii. 399
Khalil Sultan, successor to Tamerlane, ii.
216-217